Leslie M Fehrman Ridenbaugh
LISW-S, LICDC-CS, HS-BCP
TBHI Certified Telebehavioral Health Practitioner
Leslie is an independent social worker and independent chemical dependency counselor. Leslie started OFC&C in 2018 to provide comprehensive behavioral health services to Coshocton and the surrounding areas. Leslie has almost 10 years of experience in mental heath services and over thirteen years of experience in social service delivery. Leslie received her bachelors of social work from Mount Vernon Nazarene University in 2010 and her masters of social work from The University of Akron in 2013. She has extensive training in Integrated Family and Systems Treatment. In 2016, she traveled to Hong Kong to train and be trained in the promising practice. In 2018, Leslie became certified in telebehavioral health by The Telebehavioral Health Institute. She is committed to offering compassionate and confidential services to individuals, groups, families, and agencies in the area.
Ashley is a licensed social worker. Ashley joined OFC&C on the ground floor in 2019. Ashley began her mental health career as a case manager after years in retail management. Ashley has been providing mental health services to Coshocton and the surrounding counties for 6 years. Ashley received her bachelors of social work in 2012 and her masters of social work in 2013, both from Ohio University. Ashley also has training in Integrated Family and systems Treatment. She has experience working with developmentally disabled individuals, autism spectrum disorder, and victims of trauma. Ashley also has extensive training and experience with the dual diagnoses of mental health and substance abuse.
Lacey is a case manager and offers home-based and community-oriented services to clients and families. She is involved with the Opportunity School Care Team. Her favorites include: purple, music, kayaking and her two children.
Lacey graduated with an associates degree in human services from Central Ohio Technical College in May 2018 and recently started a Bachelor of Social Work program at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. While at COTC, Lacey completed her practicum with juvenile probation. It was there that she found her love for helping children. Before joining the team at OFC&C, Lacey has worked for Knox County Children Cervices and Coshocton County Head Start. Lacey has a passion for helping others, especially children.
Jessalyn is a case manager and offers home-based and community-oriented services to clients and families. She is involved with Care Teams and Creative Options. Her favorites include: softball, her church family, and doing anything with her three children. Jessalyn graduated with an associates degree in human services from Central Ohio Technical College in May of 2017. She is currently a student in the Bachelor of Social Work program at Mount Vernon Nazarene University and will graduate in March of 2020. Jessalyn will be completing her practicum with OFC&C. Before working with our team, Jessalyn was a youth advocate for First Step Family Violence Intervention Services. She enjoys getting to know people and is eager to help families.
New clients for individual and family counseling via Telehealth
New contracts for consultation services
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Beacon Health Options
Caresource Dual Product
United Health Care
United Health Care Community
Hello! My name is Justin Addy. I am a life-long native to Coshocton County. I have worked at various places locally including JII Promotions/School Annual Publishing, Serenity Tea House, Linnet's Flowers on the Square, and the Coshocton County Recorder's Office.
I first learned to know Leslie when we worked together at the Tea House and we have been friends ever since. When Leslie offered me a position at her brand new company, I was excited for the opportunity to work for and with her, again.
Coshocton has always been my home and holds many important features of my life; my family, friends, Church family, and community ties. I am a member of the Kenne United Methodist Church where I play the keyboard for the choir and Sunday morning service. I also am on one of three bowling teams from Keene that participate in the Church League at Legacy Lanes.
I have always appreciated being part of a small community where friends and neighbors genuinely care for one another. That is part of what makes working for Leslie so special; knowing that she truly cares for and champions for people in need. I am grateful for the opportunity to assist Leslie in providing an environment that is welcoming and comfortable for people to come and share their lives with us.
Lyndsey joined the OFC&C team in October of 2018. She graduated from the Everest Institute with a certificate in Medical Billing and Coding in 2008. Lyndsey has over 10 years of Medicaid billing. Lyndsey is an integral member of the administrative team and she is the go-to person for insurance and billing. Lyndsey is an avid crafter and is involved in the community including her church family. Lyndsey enjoys spending time with family, supporting her nieces and nephews, and raising her two children.